Cookie Baking Essentials

Be prepared for every cookie exchange, open house and holiday gift by keeping these cookie-baking kitchen staples on hand all season long.


Dry Goods 

• Gold Medal Flours (all-purpose, whole wheat, unbleached, pastry) 
• Sugar (brown, granulated, confectioners) 
• Unsweetened cocoa powder (natural and Dutch-processed) 
• Betty Crocker Cookie Mixes (Sugar, Peanut Butter, Chocolate Chip, and Oatmeal) 
• Betty Crocker Frostings 
• Crackers/Cookies (graham, round buttery, chocolate cream sandwich cookies, pretzels) 
• Breakfast Cereals (Cheerios, Chex, crispy rice cereal, old-fashioned oats, quick oats) 
• Leaveners (baking powder, baking soda, cream of tartar, meringue powder, dried egg whites) 
• Nuts (pecans, walnuts, almonds, macadamia) 
• Sweetened flaked coconut 
• Instant coffee and espresso 
• Shortening Sweet Additions
• Chocolate baking chips (dark, milk, semi-sweet) 
• Other baking chips (peanut butter, mint, cinnamon, butterscotch, and toffee bits) • Almond bark 
• Candy-coated peanut butter and chocolate pieces 
• Peppermints/candy canes 
• Marshmallows (large, miniature, crème) 
• Vanilla caramels 
• Betty Crocker Decorating Décor Icings, Sprinkles, Sugars and Nonpareils 

• Eggs 
• Butter 
• Whipping cream 
• Refrigerated cookie dough (peanut butter, sugar, and chocolate chip) 

• Raisins 
• Currants 
• Candied pineapple 
• Candied citrus peel 
• Dried apricots 
• Dried chopped dates 
• Dried cherries 
• Dried cranberries 
• Dried figs 
• Maraschino cherries 
• Pumpkin puree

• Vanilla extract, paste, and/or beans 
• Almond extract 
• Peppermint extract

Alcohols and Liqueurs 
• Brandy 
• Rum 
• Bourbon 
• Coffee-flavor liqueur 
• Almond-flavor liqueur

Paper Goods 
• Parchment paper 
• Aluminum foil 
• Plastic wrap 
• Waxed paper 
• Disposable pastry bags

• Fresh cranberries 
• Pomegranates

• Phyllo dough

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